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Vendor classification:Class


using Cl02 I have created 3 classes.


In Approved class I have 5 characteristc and Competent class has 4 characteristc.

when select class competent in vendor classiification (xk02),it is showing 5 characteristc,but i have only 4 characteristc for this.

Can somebody throw light on this issue,please?

With Regards,


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    Posted on Dec 30, 2013 at 12:45 PM

    Go to your classification in vendor master, then select from menu Extras > User settings

    in the first tab remove the tick from "with inherited characteristics"

    and save.

    From now on you will see the characteristics only class wise

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    • I cannot tell if it is an error or just designed behavior.

      But if one characteristic is used in 2 classes that are both used in the classification of one object, then SAP displays this characteristic just once.

      which seems to be logical to me, as you create a classification for an object, and not a classification per class for an object.

      If you want different values, then you should create individual characteristics

      one for

      Maximum PO value approved

      and a second for

      Maximum PO value competent

  • Posted on Dec 30, 2013 at 12:16 PM


    Could you please check how many characteristics are showing in CL30N for the class "competent".



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    Posted on Dec 30, 2013 at 12:41 PM

    Hi jaheer,

    Please check your class type 010-vendor class for your vendor master record.

    or 032-Release strategy. for your particular class



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